81PahviThu 8th May 2014 I used to have an issue with the prices until I started thinking what PC indie games with retro-ish 2D graphics* cost on Steam without discounts. 1000 Amps: 5€. Anodyne: 8€. Dead Pixels 3€. Dynamite Jack 9€. Escape Goat 5€.. Gravitron 2 5€. And so on. Ignoring the game age and frequent discounts, these are actually on about the same level as VC games. Of course, this means I have to judge VC games by today's standards. I'm also ignoring that I got all the aforementioned games from bundles at a fraction of the cost. If there's an issue with game pricing on the VC, I'd rather say it's that (all) the games on one platform cost the same. Urban Champion and Clu-Clu Land for 1€ might get me to see how bad the games really are. I'd think many would be perfectly happy to pay 6€ or 7€ for Super Mario Bros. 3. *Yes, some of the games I mentioned above have various flashy effects. I ignored those as well. "The review score of 6 becomes a 9 when looked at another angle. And vice versa." -me?